M’nongā is a Lyran, a cat-like being from the constellation Vega. They are popular in ET culture as beings who look like lions in humanoid form. But M’nongā looked more like a human. She had a long, thin, flat nose with a lion-like resemblance, but her features were human-like overall.
“For the women to remember they’re royalty. To remember that they are helping to balance masculine energies. It is when the masculine energies are out of balance that war, terror, and more control takes place. When those who hold to masculine energies and lower vibrations, the whole world goes out of balance. Worlds have been destroyed on many occasions. Disasters have struck civilizations. Entire planets have been wiped out. All due to imbalances in energy from those who are antagonizing. We are here to help our brothers and sisters remember the worlds of old. To help our brothers and sisters reclaim themselves. To help our sisters become the Queens they are. To help the brothers become the Kings they are. To help them remember so they can change the state of the world. So that your world does not fall like the worlds we have watched fall before. This all has to do with embracing the feminine and masculine energies inside of oneself and balance them. And understanding that an imbalance of more masculine energy and focus in the world leads to the chaos you witness now. That is all.”
She gave me these details. Keep in mind, I translate these as best I can, usually asking them to spell out the words by giving them a mental letter wheel and sounds until we can both match up what seems to work best for English.
Subspecies: Trianidia (ns) like country
She said we would reach a state of multidimensionality where we can talk to others and go about our day too. That we are ascending to that space of being. M’nongā stuck with me for many days, maybe a few weeks or so before I finally got to drawing her. Time is getting imperceptible for me now. Either way, she was very patient. She’s a tall, thin Lyran with a beautiful blue dress that shimmers. Her face was thin, sleek, with a flat nose. The image doesn’t really do her justice. She has more of a human look, and I’m still working on human-likenesses. I drew animals and monsters as a child, so human likeness is new to me. It makes sense now that I understand my purpose in life, bridging non-human divides.